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“The Irishmen also paied to the king a tribute of twelue pence yearelie for euerie house, or else for euery yoke of oxen which they had of their owne.”
“At length they met betwixt Trie and Gisors to talke of the matter, where they agréed that quéene Margaret the widow of the late deceased king Henrie the son, should receiue yearelie  during hir life 1750 pounds of”
“Moreouer, the said earle condescended & agreed to give yearelie for”
“The king for his maintenance, now after he had resigned his bishoprike, gaue him 500. markes of yearelie rent in England, and as much in”
“Also at this assemblie, king Henrie the father in the presence of the French king, receiued homage of Philip earle of Flanders, and granted to him for the same a thousand markes of siluer, to be receiued yearelie out of the checker at”
“Thomas, a rich cup of gold; and gaue to the moonks there an hundred tuns of wine to be receiued yearelie of his gift for euer at Poissie in”
“ Original reads 'yearelelie'; corrected to 'yearelie'.”
“Also a thousand pounds Aniouin of yearelie reuenues in Normandie, and two castells there.”
“Geffrey archbishop of Yorke offered to the king thrée thousand markes aforehand, onelie for the countie of Yorke, and an hundred markes yearelie of increase, and so had the same committed to his regiment.”
“Out of the number of these, there is another officer yearelie chosen and appointed,”
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